Falcon 5X Pushed To 2020 By Silvercrest Troubles

Credit: Rafale: Dassault
PARIS – Dassault Aviation’s new Falcon 5X business jet will not enter service until the first half of 2020 due to difficulties in developing the Silvercrest engine at Safran’s Snecma motors division. The French aircraft manufacturer said Snecma’s difficulty in developing the new powerplant has...

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